When Ren is 11, an ex-soldier named Benjamin Nab arrives at St. Ok, so maybe this is just supposed to be an adventure story that happens to take place in the past. But, a charitable reader might think, perhaps the book has a good message to make up for it!
But don't get too excited. The novel is set in the midth century, with Indians being fought in the West.
Let us know! The hats are totally irrelevant, as it turns out. Ok, so perhaps this novel fails as historical fiction and fails as adventure.Why this task of education was given to Brother Peter the boys did not know, for more often than not he would simply rest his forehead on the table before him and ignore the children completely. Did she do a good job of making you get a sense of the time period, through skillful use of details and general ambience? The world is full of all kinds of interesting folks! Then they did this. The reviews on the back cover will be the first lies you'll have to ignore. The only hitch there is that the main character never actually grows up. For more information on choosing credible sources for your paper, check out this blog post. So Don't believe anyone who tells you anything good about this book. Here's the thing: this book won the Alex Award, which is given to books intended for adults, but that have a "special appeal" for teens and children. Kibin does not guarantee the accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of the essays in the library; essay content should not be construed as advice. Ren, who craves a family, believes it all, but Nab turns out to be a liar, a deserter and a con artist. Ok, so perhaps this novel fails as historical fiction and fails as adventure.
I think by "special appeal for teens and children" they mean simplistic writing that middle schoolers can easily follow and a plot that's about as rich and nuanced as a made-for-TV kids' adventure movie.
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